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Synopsis:Chandrawal is a 1984 Indian film. This is the third film released in the Haryanavi language and . The film was directed by Arun Rath, directed by Vijayendra Modiga and starring Rahul Varma, Karan Johar, Brahmanandam, Hema, Madhuri Dixit and others.
B.D. Nalla, Rahul Varma’s character who was married to Nandit, is the protagonist of the film. He has to deal with his son, Bharat, who wants to marry his daughter, Chandrawal.
The film was well received by critics and was a commercial success.
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Montrose () is a village in the Vale of Glamorgan, located west of Cardiff, and west of Swansea. Montrose is the name of the parish which it is in. It has a population of 2,830, reducing slightly from the 2001 census.
The village has a primary school, a community centre, a pub/restaurant/coffee shop/butcher’s/ice cream/charity shop/retail store, and a village hall. The local primary school, Asael Academy, was previously the Montrose Primary School, but became an academy in 2007. The history of the Montrose parish is closely linked with that of the slate quarry in the parish. William Buckland, the famous naturalist, was born in Montrose in 1784. Buckland Cliff, a high chalk cliff, is situated on Buckland Hill, two miles from the village. It is a major tourist attraction and is the closest cliffs to Cardiff.
In 2004, the village was named one of the top ten Welsh villages by the BBC.
Before the Romans settled in the area the area was inhabited by the ancient Britons, who called it Heol Penllyn. The Romans built a fort on the top of the Clwydian Fosse called Castell Carnllech in the early 2nd century AD. When the Roman Army moved west, this fort was abandoned, but the name survived in the modern name of the village.
In Roman times, the area was known for its lead-mining and quarrying. The first to exploit the lead mining potential of the area was the Romans. In the year 52 AD the Emperor Claudius invaded South Wales to suppress the Brigantes. In the following five years, his legions devastated and depleted the area around the Vale of Glamorgan.
The History of Tin Mining in Montrose dates back to the early 18